A group of settlers visit Bayt Fajr mosque to show solidarity with their Palestinian neighbors after Monday’s vandalism incident.
Settlers on Tuesday gave new copies of the Koran to Palestinians in a Judean village whose mosque was burned in an attack blamed by Palestinians on settlers.
Several copies of Islam’s holy book were scorched in the arson attack and threats in Hebrew were scrawled on the wall of the mosque of Beit Fajjar early on Monday. Beit Fajjar is located eight kilometers south of Bethlehem.
Rabbi and peace activist Menachem Froman (R) watches as Korans are given to Palestinians at a mosque after Monday’s vandalism in the West Bank village of Beit Fajjar near Bethlehem October 5, 2010.
Source: Israeli magazine Haarets.
Jewish Settlers did wrong when they burnt a Mosque. It is very regrettable that there seems to be a radicalization among the settlers.
But it is understandable. The racist policy of contruction freeze in Judea and Samaria has angered the Zionist Nationalist movement.
I rejoice reading the news rapport that a Jewish Rabbi had given the Muslims is this area new Koran’s. Both the Bible and the Koran should be read by all. Man has a free will to read, and to decide which of the two books that tells us the truth about God and His Messiah.